We were shocked — shocked! — when we read the newest post by Ken Ham (ol’ Hambo) — the ayatollah of Appalachia, the world’s holiest man who knows more about religion and science than everyone else. It’s at the website of Answers in Genesis (AIG), his creationist ministry: Do Natural History Museums Display the Truth About Origins? Here are some excerpts, with bold font added by us for emphasis, and occasional Curmudgeonly interjections that look [like this]:
Most natural history museums present an atheistic, evolutionary view of the origin of life. [That’s horrible!] Millions of dollars (often tax dollars!) are used to convince guests that fossils, rock layers, etc. are millions of years old and show an evolutionary progression from simple to complex life forms.
This is an outrage! Let’s see what else ol’ Hambo says:
But are these cleverly crafted exhibits telling the truth? That’s the question a brand-new film from Genesis Apologetics, Genesis Impact, seeks to answer.
Ooooooooooooh! What would we do without Hambo to tell us The Truth™? After that amazing revelation he tells us:
This film looks at the top twelve evolutionary icons found in natural history museums around the world. Actors play the parts of a secular museum docent and a well-informed biblical creationist as they discuss evolutionary icons and whether there’s a better interpretation of the evidence than the evolutionary worldview.
What a clever idea! A smarty-pants creationist makes a museum guide look like an idiot. Hambo continues:
This exciting new film releases this month and is available to rent or buy on Answers.tv. [Link Omitted!] Answers TV has over 2,000 Answers in Genesis videos, including science, nature, children, and adventure programs — and more are being added each week.
That’s a huge source of — ah, material. Let’s read on:
I encourage you to watch Genesis Impact. It will equip you to dismantle the top evolutionary icons and encourage you and your children to trust God’s Word [Hambo’s bold font] and recognize the flaws in evolutionary arguments.
Okay, skipping a bunch of promotional material, that’s the whole thing. You’ve probably already decided to watch the film, so when you click over there to make the purchase, tell ’em the Curmudgeon sent ya!
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